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FOX News
Dec 4, 2012 9:00pm PST
now to debate the issue are the news editor at, and former aide to senator john kerry is with us. katy, i'm generally extremely supportive of law enforcement. i want them successful in their job to keep our streets safe, and offense n offense no i havee everybody's text and e-mails for two years, that will help them. if we save and record everybody's phone conversations, that will help a lot. if we video tape everybody 24 hours a day, that's going to help, but where does the line get drawn? >> exactly. where does the line get drawn? this is equivalent to putting a gps in everyone's car and seeing where they go for two years, to make everyone wear a recording device and record conversations for two years. i'm also very supportive of local law enforcement and law enforcement in general. essentially what they're doing is asking for everyone in the country to be turned into suspects before they have any evidence that they've committed a crime. in my book, that's a bit of a government overreach and opening the door right for more tierney into people's personal and private l
FOX News
Dec 5, 2012 6:00pm PST
's warren buffett and john kerry and diane feinstein. this is a tax on people desperately trying to become rich but the truly wish don't want them to. finally, the most important point is in two years we've got to take back the senate. >> sean: i don't want to talk about the election. >> the republicans need to concentrate on making sure this economy gets blamed on obama. there are things they can do like propose tax cuts or rather tax hikes for the truly rich, ie, warren buffett. no more state and low tax deductions. cut out that hollywood foin accounting. let's go after the 1% of the 1%. forget the 1% of income earners. >> sean: there's a lot of good ideas there. >> thank you. >> sean: they have to stand against america going broke. >> they can do that by making clear it's not a good deal, making speeches, and not raising taxes on the job creators. >> sean: how about they pass a bill that extends all the bush tax cuts. how about that? >> then the senate will reject it. >> sean: then who is to blame? >> at some point if the bush tax cuts are repealed and everyone's taxes go up, i promise
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